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  • There used to be a great midtown dumpling spot on 32nd between 6th and 7th called shang hai food, but it got ripped down before they redid the block.

    Rickshaw Truck Can’t Make Enough of Their New Duck Dumplings | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • At the head of the lamaist hierarchy of Tibet are the dalai lama and the panch'en erdeni lama; the word "lama" is derived from a Tibetan word, in Chinese wu shang, meaning "unsurpassed".

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • Designed by Herman Tilke and situated about 20km from downtown Shanghai in the Jiading District, Shanghai International Circuit has a capacity of 200,000 and is designed to look like the Chinese character 'shang', the first part of the name of the port city.

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  • The circuit's layout is in the shape of the Chinese character 'shang', which means 'high' or 'above', with excellent pitlane and paddock facilities.

    F1technical.net . Formula One news

  • For bashing someone un-concious in the commission of a robbery, or more often, shang hi.

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  • “Shen shang xin xia gan zuo pi you” pronounced shun shahng sheen shya gahn dzwaw pee yoe means the Kun Temple is located above the kidneys, below the heart, left of the liver, right of the spleen.

    Tao II

  • Di qi shang sheng (pronounced dee chee shahng shung) and tian qi xia jiang (pronounced tyen chee shya jyahng) is to balance Heaven and Mother Earth, yin and yang.

    Tao II

  • This absolute truth is shang cheng miao Dao, the highest, most profound, and best Tao.

    Tao II

  • “Tao xian zui shang” pronounced dow shyen dzway shahng means the highest saints are Tao saints.

    Tao II

  • The last two phrases, di qi shang sheng and tian qi xia jiang, describe how Tao regulates Heaven and Mother Earth.

    Tao II

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